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Date Night at Home for Mummies Who Can’t Get Out

Don't let kids or lack of a babysitter ruin date night for you! If you can't get out, make a date with your partner at home!
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25 Things to Know When You’re Married to a French Man

When you’re married to a French man, you've wed a man intrinsically tied to his culture and country. So, get ready for passion, culture and compromise...
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The Motherhood Diaries: Turning Worry About Education into Productive Thinking

Our Motherhood Diarist explores the way parents can turn worry about education issues into productive thinking for the future.
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Canadian Raises Breast Health Awareness With Pink Bra Spring

It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s a bra! For the uninitiated, the sight of bras floating floating in the sky might seem oddly delightful — just another day in Paris. For others, the Pink Bra Spring event is an opportunity to come together in love and support for breast health and women with breast cancer.
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Man in the Kitchen: Can Parallel Lives Run on the Same Track?

How do two people living under one marriage make emotional ends meet when their careers operate on such separate tracks? And, does whipping up a decent risotto equal support?
Young refugee boy arrives in Greece. Photo: UNHCR/Socrates Baltagiannis

Refugees in Need: How We Can Help in Paris

Looking for a concrete way to help people in need, including refugees in Paris? Why not donate your gently used, unwanted clothing and shoes to the Centre Corot?
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An Open Letter to Melania and Ivanka Trump

On the eve of the inauguration, INSPIRELLE makes a sincere plea to Melania and Ivanka Trump to speak up for the rights of families and children.
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How to Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month in Paris

Breast cancer is the leading form of cancer amongst women around the world. But with early detection, the survival rate has increased phenomenally. Show your support for the global campaign for breast cancer awareness by participating in one of these many activities in Paris throughout October!
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Motherhood Diaries: When Letting Go of Your Child is Hard to Do

Recently, my daughter had her first ever rentrée –an initiation to a ritual every mom faces. My 14-month-old simply started going to a childminder, and while Alice is taking the rentrée in her stride it doesn’t mean that I am. I’m experiencing a host of classic feelings.